Jesse Hagopian: The Black Resistance to Charters and Corporate Reform is Just Beginning

Jesse Hagopian: The Black Resistance to Charters and Corporate Reform is Just Beginning

Original article appears in Diane Ravitch’s blog, https://dianeravitch.net/. Jesse Hagopian, a teacher and civil rights activist in Seattle, writes here about the growing Black resistance to corporate reform….

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Culturally Relevant Teaching

Culturally Relevant Teaching

Culturally relevant teaching is a term created by Gloria Ladson-Billings (1994) to describe “a pedagogy that empowers students intellectually, socially, emotionally, and politically by using…

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Dr. Nicholas Kardaras on the $60 Billion Hoax

Dr. Nicholas Kardaras on the $60 Billion Hoax

Original article appears in Diane Ravitch’s blog, https://dianeravitch.net/. Dr. Nicholas Kardaras is a licensed psychotherapist and a specialist on children’s screen addiction. In this article in…

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A New Vision of Education: A Resolution Passed by the Patchogue-Medford School Board in New York

A New Vision of Education: A Resolution Passed by the Patchogue-Medford School Board in New York

Original article appears in Diane Ravitch’s blog, https://dianeravitch.net/. The Patchogue-Medford school board on Long Island, New York, passed a wonderful resolution incorporating a new vision of…

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Too much Tech for Students: A School Technology Opt-Out Letter

Too much Tech for Students: A School Technology Opt-Out Letter

This was originally posted on the Parents Across America website. We reached out to Dr. Nicholas Kardaras, author of the just-released book, “Glow Kids: How…

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"The Teacher is the Social Justice Fighter."

“The Teacher is the Social Justice Fighter.”

Miguel Ángel Mendoza: “I think that the Mexican government is trying to kill the root, so that we won’t have more seeds. It wants to…

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NYC: Hundreds Protest Mexican Police Killing of Oaxaca Teachers

NYC: Hundreds Protest Mexican Police Killing of Oaxaca Teachers

Meanwhile, in New York City, hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Mexican Consulate and marched to Times Square to denounce Sunday’s deadly police attack on…

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How a Whiter Seattle Creates More Education Inequities

How a Whiter Seattle Creates More Education Inequities

This article is by Wayne Au and appears courtesy of The Seattle Globalist, http://www.seattleglobalist.com/. A recent Stanford study found that, of the nation’s biggest cities, Seattle has the fifth largest test score…

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Middle College Alumni: We Need Your Story

Middle College Alumni: We Need Your Story

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Middle College Alumni:  A Call to Action

Middle College Alumni: A Call to Action

The fight to bring back social justice education curriculum to Seattle Public Schools is an ongoing struggle, but one worth fighting. Join educators from the…

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